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20th September 2013
post by Coree Brown Swan

Coree Brown presents a round up of the latest external blogs of interest.

18th September 2013
post by James Mitchell

James Mitchell analyses the campaign to date and comments on what we might expect over the coming year, concluding that while there might be a few surprises in the campaigns, the broad behaviours are largely set.

18th September 2013
Guest post by Carlos Vargas-Silva

Scotland differs from the rest of the UK in terms of the scale, determinants and impacts of migration. Carlos Vargas-Silva, University of Oxford writes about the launch of Migration in Scotland and addressing these issues.

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